|The Remixable Stranger - John Lithium|
"The Remixable Stranger" is a 'companion album' to the John Lithium album "The Mysterious Stranger" (released by Crumbling Wall Records), featuring eight tracks which (for various reasons) were not included on the main album. Instead, they are presented here, not only for your listening pleasure, but for remixing as well. Should you decide to remix these tracks, please feel free to send me a link of your finished work...
Keywords: john lithium; the remixable stranger; jmmiii
|Lithium Toolbox Volume II (ARGREC18) - John Lithium|
John Lithium Presents: LITHIUM TOOLBOX VOLUME II --- Lithium Toolbox returns with a collection of thirty compositions (both new, remixed, and from the vaults) of synth soundscapes. If you are looking to add an unexplainable presence and aura to your composition, then this set will help you on your way. While many of these 'songs' are able to stand under their own merits, they eagerly await for assimilation into your own designs, either in a remix and/or enhancement capacity...
Keywords: john lithium; lithium toolbox; soundsources; soundscape; sound kit; sampling; synth; noir; sci-fi
|Escapism (ARGREC13) - John Lithium|
A collection of material recorded between 2008-2011. Some of these compositions were previously available for short periods of time, although many have not been released until now. This is to be considered as a compilation/retrospective, rather than a 'complete album'. Enjoy. As darkness descends and time quickens around me, I cannot escape escapism. --- I. All Doors Opened: Features samples from the Orson Welles film "The Stranger" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Stranger_%281946_film%29)...
Keywords: john lithium; argali records; escapism; industrial; dark ambient; drone; other
|Lithium Toolbox (ARGREC14) - John Lithium|
John Lithium Presents: LITHIUM TOOLBOX --- Lithium Toolbox is a soundscape collection, featuring twenty-five different synth compositions from John Lithium. This collection is mostly sci-fi/cyberpunk/noir influenced and/or inspired. The first twenty-two tracks are brand-new songs composed in June, while the final three were recorded in May. The total collection is roughly 625 MB, with an average 'song' time of about two minutes...
Keywords: john ithium; argali records; dark ambient; industrial; drone; sound sources; soundscapes; remixing
|Psychic Negation (ARGREC11) - John Lithium|
This material was originally going to be released under the project title "Psychic Negation". However (much in the same manner as the aborted "Void Decompression" side-project material was incorporated into "Insomnia"), so these songs are now being released as a single EP. Two long-playing tracks, both slightly over twenty minutes long, they are both extensive meditations into frozen 'guitar' and 'synth' drone, the reverent ghost of post-rock roughly stretched towards infinity...
Keywords: john lithium; terra engine; experimental; dark ambient; drone; post-rock; heavy
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|Insomnia (ARGREC10) - John Lithium|
For fans of Tim Hecker, Nadja, Aidan Baker, Beyond Sensory Experience, Lustmord, Coil, Yellow Swans, Boards Of Canada, Aphex Twin, Atrium Carceri, and experimental electronica/drone/dark ambient in general. John Lithium returns with his second 'solo' album: "Insomnia". While the preceding album, "The Mysterious Stranger", was a harrowing glimpse into the inner mechanics of a melancholic persona, "Insomnia" is an auditory study and presentation of the phenomena of persistent sleeplessness, and th...
Keywords: john lithium; terra engine; argali records; dark ambient; drone; experimental; electronica; other music
|John Lithium - The Mysterious Stranger [CWR005] - John Lithium|
Darkened ambience which possesses a foreboding and brooding quality, "The Mysterious Stranger" is equally inspired by the ambient masters, personal experiences, emotional conditions, and the outside environment. To claim that this music is not 'cheerful' would be a vast understatement: these tracks form an internal monologue with the listener, projecting the ambience of a bleak and often senseless reality...
Keywords: dark ambient, dark, ambient, electronic, electronica